This weekend was my first one at home in almost a month, and I made the most of it. It was a hot one (almost 30 Celcius), so while I spent the mornings and the evenings out in the garden (more on that later in the week), when it got too hot in the afternoon, I hung out in the studio and finally got some sewing done.
I had a fair bit of work to do to catch up on the Blockhead blocks.
Naturally, I did it all under the watchful eye of my feline overlord. And doesn’t he just look so proud of our blocks. I admit, I am too. I’ve said before I’m not a huge fan of sampler quilts, but working with these kitty fabrics makes it just so much fun.
When we were done, we laid them all out to see how things were shaping up.
Pretty darn good if you ask me! We still need several more blocks to make a quilt, but at least I’m not falling behind any more.
9 thoughts on “Back on the block”
Your quilt samples are looking great! The colors in the quilt match Burton beautifully!
Oooh, I like this!
As a fan of black cats…
those cat blocks are too darn cute!! As is your supervisor….
The last photo looks like Burt is giving you some very serious advice. LOL
The quilt is adorable
What a wonderful array of blocks! I think you and your supervisor did a great job of selecting fabrics.
I love your blocks! The fabrics are just wonderful and those pops of bright colors add so much to the design. It’s going to be an awesome quilt!
What a good feeling to catch up with the blocks! They look very striking-great work!
Lord Burton does look very satified with the work he’s, errr, you’ve done. The blocks are wonderful and I really love the fabrics.